Daily Archives: September 24, 2012

STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

If there’s one thing that holds true for the Tri-Lakes Region, it’s that we have some of the most enthusiastic group of teachers in new YorkState..  and you can’t help but see the excitement of teachers in different departments throughout the region…  In SaranacLake,  we didn’t have much trouble finding another teachers happy to speak…

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Harrietstown Supevisor Candidates Clarify their positions on Business Park

The Town of Harrietstown is going to have a new Supervisor come Election Day…   and in a regular feature here on WNBZ, we’re taking a regular look at the positions of the two candidates..  We’re going to look more closely at the Town’s Business Park, On Friday, we heard from Town Councilman Bob Bevelacqua…. Today,…

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Who Really Doesn’t Pay Taxes?

The Backstory on Who “Doesn’t Pay” Taxes NEW YORK – Pundits and politicians are throwing around a lot of numbers these days. When it comes to taxes and who is or isn’t paying them, one group aims to separate the facts from fiction. Chuck Marr, director of federal tax policy for the Center on Budget…

Forever Wired Conference in it’s 4th Year

The fourth annual Forever Wired Conference happens Friday, atClarksonUniversity… This year’s focus is the state of broadband in the Adirondack North Country and the progress made in generating greater awareness and economic opportunities along with a discussion of responsible and sustainable economic growth in theAdirondacks. Conference Chair Kelly Chezum says “Forever Wired has been the…

Voter Rights – on the Mind of Kirsten Gillibrand

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand teams with Rep. John Lewis, who is well recognized for his work in Civil Rights..  introducing companion legislation in the Senate for the Voter Empowerment Act.  Gillibrand says “We’ve come too far in our nation’s history to re-fight old battles over voting rights that have already been won,” and she says…